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Wednesday, 4 June 2008

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Poparazzi shot of Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus at a club in NYC

Cable News Network, otherwise known as CNN, provides television news coverage - But not for long.

Ratings have been dropping since Hannah Montana aired on Disney in March 2006. It turns out that parents love to watch Hannah just as much as the tweens! In fact, the ratings for Hannah Montana during the morning and early afternoon are almost triple the ratings it gets for the evening.

Looks like stay-at-home moms like to see Biily Ray Cyrus, has-been country music singer.

These low ratings of an average of only 8,000 viewers a day have left CNN with no other choice but to give the world what it wants: Miley Cyrus; 24-7!

The new CNN will stand for Cyrus News Now. It will feature no world news, just all about Miley/Hannah and all the ups and downs she faces.

Cyrus has commented on the change, saying, "I can't wait! My guests on the show will be anywhere from the Jonas Brothers to Kelly Clarkson to the body-double I used for the concert tour!"

"Basically," Cyrus explains, "CNN camera crew will just follow me around shopping and getting my hair and nails done all day." Sounds exciting to us! So, how does she feel about taking over a news channel? We got the inside scoop!

"Honestly, I can't believe it took them so long ask me (to be on the show). I mean, who doesn't want to see me all day, every day?"

Ted Turner, founder of CNN in 1980, would not comment.

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